High School Zone: Canada

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Zach Mermelstein knew he was in store for a unique lacrosse experience even before he arrived for his post-grad year at The Hill Academy this fall. After all, in The Hill, the 2013 Pelham High School (N.Y.) grad was headed north of the border to play, in Vaughan, Ontario, north of Toronto, to be precise. […]

Alex Weber, the former standout attackman at the University of Pennsylvania who now coaches the varsity team at Harvard Westlake High School (Calif.), produced and directed “COMMITTED,” a documentary on lacrosse recruiting videotaped this past summer at Maverik Showtime National Lacrosse Recruiting Spotlight. You can watch the trailer here. Lacrosse has taken Alex Weber to […]

To call Matt Gaudet a versatile lacrosse player would be the ultimate understatement. The native of Hamilton, Ontario, is also a box lacrosse standout, where he has played all possible positions. He was the No. 1 pick in the Ontario Lacrosse Association Junior A Draft on Jan. 14. Gaudet, a Class of 2016 attackman/midfielder who […]

Caelahn Bullen is an impact player in lacrosse, whether he’s playing indoors or outdoors. The sophomore goalie at Trinity-Pawling (N.Y.) will be playing the field game exclusively at the next level, verbally committing to the admissions process at Cornell University. A Calgary, Alberta native, Bullen competed this past summer for the West Coast Starz, while […]

Three-sport athletes are a rarity these days. In that case, Eric Radbourne is an extreme rarity. Because in addition to playing soccer and hockey, Radbourne plays both box and field lacrosse. Soon, field lacrosse will be his sole sport. The Trinity-Pawling School (N.Y.) attackman/midfielder and Guelph, Ontario, native Eric Radbourne has verballed to the University […]

Josh Oliver is heading back North. The Canadian native, who is a 2013 Vermont Academy product, will be transferring to SUNY Plattsburgh from Jacksonville University. Oliver, a 6-foot-3 attackman, had decided on Jacksonville in February, 2012 after decommitting from Quinnipiac. He had verballed to Quinnipiac in November 2011. “I decided to leave Jacksonville at the […]

Brent Noseworthy is a strong and athletic player who can score from inside or out. Yes, he has a nose for the net (we couldn’t resist), but he’s also effective in the faceoff X as well. The 6-foot-3, 195-pound 2015 midfielder from Burlington, Ontario, will be taking his myriad skills to Cornell University. Noseworthy’s commitment […]

Trinity-Pawling School in New York’s Hudson Valley has had no shortage of college commitments the last week. Three of them have been reported during that time at Twitter.com/joe_lombardi. Among the:  Jordan McKenzie, a junior defenseman/long-stick midfielder who arrived at T-P by way of New Westminster, BC. McKenzie has made the newly launched program at Marquette […]